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ECU AUDI A4 1.6 1997 AHL 3B0907557B, SIEMENS 5WP4333 02
11-03-2012, 04:14 AM
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Audi ECU AUDI A4 1.6 1997 AHL 3B0907557B, SIEMENS 5WP4333 02
Dear Mates ,

I have an Audi A4 1997 , my ECU have been stolen
it is reference was : ECU AUDI A4 1.6 1997 AHL 3B0907557B, SIEMENS 5WP4333 02

I heared that if I will bought a new one from used cars ( a used ECU ) I mean I need to encode it ? is it true , if yes the encoding is only to adpat it to the Immobilizer or to also do further encoding on it ?

I have the VAG 11.11.4 version , the HEX CAN USB interface , can i use it to do the encoding , do someone have avideo how to do it or an explanations to that
Thank you in advance for your help .

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11-03-2012, 04:19 AM
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RE: ECU AUDI A4 1.6 1997 AHL 3B0907557B, SIEMENS 5WP4333 02
the car will not start because the immo and need to adapt the throttle. if you post the dump from the ecu i will help with the immo. best regards

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11-03-2012, 08:15 AM
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RE: ECU AUDI A4 1.6 1997 AHL 3B0907557B, SIEMENS 5WP4333 02
(11-03-2012 04:19 AM)loki954 Wrote:  the car will not start because the immo and need to adapt the throttle. if you post the dump from the ecu i will help with the immo. best regards

Hello Loki ,

Thank you for your quick reply .

please see the link on the procedure below :

http://wiki.ross-tech.com/wiki/index.php...U_Swapping
if it can be applied to my case it is ok no problem , I can do it I have the right tool VAG hex can usb with 11.11 soft

so if I good undrestand what you explain to me , I need the PIN code and I think the VAG can not extract that !

Added to that : the old ECU have been stolen !
which toll should I have to take off the dump file and from what ? from the new ECU !


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11-03-2012, 02:08 PM
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RE: ECU AUDI A4 1.6 1997 AHL 3B0907557B, SIEMENS 5WP4333 02
the pin is in the white immo box, it can be read with "vag tacho" . In the ecu there is 24lc02 with a correction the car will start

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11-03-2012, 10:03 PM (This post was last modified: 11-03-2012 10:05 PM by Adel1975.)
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RE: ECU AUDI A4 1.6 1997 AHL 3B0907557B, SIEMENS 5WP4333 02
Good Morning Mate ,

@ Loki
Thank you for your answer again , ok for Vag Tacho , I have also find on the net the VAG CAN Commander 5.5+ Pin Reader 3.9Beta , Which one is better and include more cars ?

I don t undrestand In the ecu there is 24lc02 with a correction the car will start !!!

with kind regards

Adel
u mean inside the ECU log file there is such data ! I have to change it with what I will found in the IMMO as a code ! isn t it ? that is the pin code that I should adpated in the new ECU to strat the engine !

(11-03-2012 02:08 PM)loki954 Wrote:  the pin is in the white immo box, it can be read with "vag tacho" . In the ecu there is 24lc02 with a correction the car will start

Good Morning Mate ,

@ Loki
Thank you for your answer again , ok for Vag Tacho , I have also find on the net the VAG CAN Commander 5.5+ Pin Reader 3.9Beta , Which one is better and include more cars ?

I don t undrestand In the ecu there is 24lc02 with a correction the car will start !!!

with kind regards

Adel
u mean inside the ECU log file there is such data ! I have to change it with what I will found in the IMMO as a code ! isn t it ? that is the pin code that I should adpated in the new ECU to strat the engine !
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11-03-2012, 11:11 PM
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RE: ECU AUDI A4 1.6 1997 AHL 3B0907557B, SIEMENS 5WP4333 02
If it is immo 1 you can simply reset adaptions with vag com, no need for skc (pin code). Details should be on the ross tech site I think.
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11-04-2012, 04:42 AM
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RE: ECU AUDI A4 1.6 1997 AHL 3B0907557B, SIEMENS 5WP4333 02
if he heve the old computer he can reset it with vag-com,otherwise he need the pin. The dump on the ecu epprom 24lc02 will be corrected and the car will start. Vag Tacho is better for the cars until 2001+-, after 2001 VAG CAN Commander 5.5+ Pin Reader 3.9Beta

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11-04-2012, 05:54 AM (This post was last modified: 11-04-2012 06:06 AM by Autofix1.)
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RE: ECU AUDI A4 1.6 1997 AHL 3B0907557B, SIEMENS 5WP4333 02
(11-04-2012 04:42 AM)loki954 Wrote:  if he heve the old computer he can reset it with vag-com,otherwise he need the pin. The dump on the ecu epprom 24lc02 will be corrected and the car will start. Vag Tacho is better for the cars until 2001+-, after 2001 VAG CAN Commander 5.5+ Pin Reader 3.9Beta

With immo1 you don't need a pin and you don't need the old ecu. Just reset adaptions. I have done it dozens of times.

Edit, should have added, if you follow the procedure on the ross tech site but just leave out the step with the pin code it works.
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11-04-2012, 09:11 PM
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Audi RE: ECU AUDI A4 1.6 1997 AHL 3B0907557B, SIEMENS 5WP4333 02
(11-04-2012 05:54 AM)Autofix1 Wrote:  
(11-04-2012 04:42 AM)loki954 Wrote:  if he heve the old computer he can reset it with vag-com,otherwise he need the pin. The dump on the ecu epprom 24lc02 will be corrected and the car will start. Vag Tacho is better for the cars until 2001+-, after 2001 VAG CAN Commander 5.5+ Pin Reader 3.9Beta

With immo1 you don't need a pin and you don't need the old ecu. Just reset adaptions. I have done it dozens of times.

Edit, should have added, if you follow the procedure on the ross tech site but just leave out the step with the pin code it works.

Hi Loki ,

I have some doubt if it is a Generation 1 Immo , the reason way look to what is writtten on Roos Tech wiki :

http://wiki.ross-tech.com/wiki/index.php...neration_1

Immobilizer Generation 1

Keys for vehicles with Immobilizer 1 usually have a small F on the key blade, which stands for Festcode (Fixed Code). Immobilizer 1 Vehicles were sold in the Rest of World (RoW) Market only, not in the North American Region (NAR). If in doubt, check the Factory Repair Manual for your specific Vehicle.

Immobilizer 1 can also be identified via the Immobilizer Identification/Serial Number. All VW, Seat and Skoda Immobilizer 1 Serial Numbers contain 3Z (for Example VWZ3Z0S1101234), if you see something else there it is unlikely you have this Generation at hand. Audi models as well as the early VW Passat (3B) may show different Serial Numbers, so this does NOT apply to these models.
my VIN number is a ....ZZZ and not Z3Z !:

my VIN : WAUZZZ8DZWA114196

please advise how to know Immo gen type ?

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